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  • Hi, I'm Jessica Beck from the podcast IELTS Energy and the website IELTS.allearsenglish.com.

  • Today we're going to talk about vocabulary that is necessary for you as an IELTS candidate.

  • Not only is the topic of education on the listening exam, in the reading passages, sometimes

  • there are articles about this, and it's involved in questions on writing task two and also

  • graphs in writing task one.

  • And it is everywhere on the speaking test.

  • You have a 50% chance of getting asked about your studies and your education on the speaking

  • exam.

  • I mean, it's called the academic IELTS test.

  • You're going to talk about academics and education.

  • Even if you're a general student, you'll be asked about your studies.

  • So let's get into some vocabulary for you guys to secure a seven or higher on the IELTS

  • speaking exam.

  • For example, in speaking part one, the examiner might say, "What are you studying right now?"

  • You could say, "Well, in the future I would like to study to be an engineer, but in the

  • meantime, I am working on perfecting my English skills with an online IELTS course."

  • Like, my online IELTS course, which I recommend.

  • The vocabulary there; in the meantime.

  • It just means for now or at present.

  • And then I love that phrase, "perfecting my something skills."

  • Perfecting my English skills.

  • Perfecting my soccer skills.

  • Any skills could be used with this phrase.

  • By the way guys, now is a great time if you don't already have a pen or paper, take these

  • notes, okay?

  • Write down these phrases that I'm telling you because you must practice them after the

  • video in order to use them on exam day.

  • Okay, so, so far we have "In the meantime" and "Perfecting my skills."

  • And by the way guys, these are phrases that could be used in any topic.

  • All right?

  • I'm just connecting them to education today.

  • All right, so how about speaking part two.

  • In speaking part two you might be asked to describe a class or a teacher or a year from,

  • a moment, a day, something from your high school career, your elementary school days.

  • You could be asked to describe a variety of different things connected to your studies

  • in the past or now.

  • Some phrases that you could use.

  • For example, if you're describing a math class that you took in high school, you could say

  • that "I believe that the math classes I took in high school, although I wasn't the best

  • student and to be honest I didn't actually enjoy these classes, however I do believe

  • that this subject has reaped the most long term rewards.

  • The most long-term benefits for me as now I have to calculate my student loans in my

  • daily budget."

  • For example.

  • The phrase to remember there is "Reaped the most long-term rewards."

  • Or just "Reaped the most rewards" is also fine.

  • Think about things that you did in the past, especially things that you learned.

  • What has reaped you the most long-term rewards or benefits?

  • Think about it.

  • Those should be the examples you write down in your vocabulary notebook so you remember

  • these phrases.

  • In speaking part three, you might be asked to talk about how education in your country

  • has changed in recent years.

  • This is a very possible question to come up on the exam.

  • You could say that "Luckily, I'm from a country whose government has put a lot of money into

  • technology and education and we are full on tech bound in the classroom now.

  • There are computers in every classroom.

  • Students have access to their own personal tablets that they're given the first day of

  • school.

  • And I believe that this creates a more erudite population as they have access to information

  • at all times."

  • That was such a good answer.

  • That was a shining number nine, part three answer.

  • The vocabulary to note from that answer.

  • We have full on, which is totally, completely.

  • Very descriptive, very native speaker phrase to say.

  • We have tech bound.

  • Bound is a goal, something for the future.

  • Their goal is technology.

  • They are tech bound.

  • Another great golden phrase to get you a seven or an eight or a nine for vocabulary on the

  • IELTS exam.

  • And then another gold star, formal, academic word; erudite.

  • I love that word.

  • If you can work that in on test day, speaking part three, writing task two, that's fantastic.

  • Erudite is an adjective.

  • It means knowledgeable.

  • Learned.

  • So guys, I hope you found this useful.

  • And you should have and please practice all this vocabulary.

  • If you would like more lessons on how to score the highest score possible on IELTS exam,

  • please visit our website IELTS.allearsenglish.com.

  • You can also check out our IELTS online course available now called Three Keys IELTS, also

  • available on our website.

  • Thank you so much for watching and have a wonderful day.

Hi, I'm Jessica Beck from the podcast IELTS Energy and the website IELTS.allearsenglish.com.

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